We held our Summer Fayre on Saturday 6th August to raise funds for residents. The Fayre was well attended and proved to be a roaring success, partly due to the wonderful weather we had.
Families and residents had a "fantastic time", especially enjoying the ice cream van, which was on site.
Police, who visited to show off their police car, said they would come back any time. The firemen and their engine were also a big hit (unfortunately, they got an emergency call and had to leave); and the Air Ambulance raised some much-needed funds for the great work that they do too.
Stalls included: face painting, craft and homemade gifts, tombola, bric-a-brac, a photo booth and a cake stall. There were games to keep the children entertained and many prizes to be won.
Activities Coordinator, Deborah, would like to thank everyone for coming and all the volunteers who helped to raise in excess of £325 for the residents fund.
Extra special thanks goes to Annie Payne, our youngest volunteer, at just 6 years old; she kept everyone organised and ran the lucky dip stall.